Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Computers in Technology class

Hi Everybody! I wanted to share my personal blog with all of you in this way. I've had this blog for a number of years now and I've been including all my artwork through all the posts on here. These posts have a lot of airbrush and caricature artwork that I've sold at previous jobs, and on my own. On this personal blog I have included links on the right column of a previous band I was playing with, the improv troupe I'm a part of, and even my facebook. I also follow a few blogs of other artists too. Even though I haven't been using this blog as much as I used to, I am still proud of it. It is a great tool that I've used to connect with a number of artists, and other friends, to network with and be inspired by. The post just below this one includes another blogger that I've used to promote my airbrush and caricature business that I've been using for about a year now. I have links that include my Etsy store where I sell a few items, facebook page, portfolio using flickr, tumblr, and pinterest. I've also put up a link of another friend's independent business to help promote them. One more link that I've posted is a 3rd party site called GigSalad, to have a section where my profile on that site will notify me about a customer inquiry asking for a quote on some artwork. Overall, these blogs have been helpful in a lot of ways. It's a free website that I can use to connect with a lot of different people. I've been using it for personal and business purposes, and it has been very helpful in both of those applications. I hope all of you enjoy, and appreciate, these blogs that I have. Thanks so much for taking the time to check all of this out. -Sean

Saturday, May 26, 2012

New Site

For those of you wanting to see an online portfolio of my airbrush work, head on over to Favre's Fine Designs or copy and paste: in your address bar.
Check out my site for links to my online portfolio, Etsy store, and even Facebook. Thank you :)

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Official Airbrush Artist with the completion of a Wizard.

You know you're an official airbrush artist when you complete a custom wizard design. After all of these years I'm finally part of the elite!

Here's just a few photos of the process in making this custom wizard hat.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Custom Hat

Had a good time with this hat for a nice fellow, Cesar. See what happens when you treat the artist kindly for a minute or two, think of a fun idea, and they will actually take the time to make your item look the best as possible.

Saturday, March 10, 2012


I salvaged a hat that was doomed for the discard pile. Painted white over the previous design and went to town with painting Ratfink over it.

I gave this to my father as an early birthday present. He enjoyed the surprise of Ed "Big Daddy" Roth's design from my hands to that red trucker hat.

Let the airbrushing begin...(again)!

It's been some time since I've posted some new artwork on here. I've been keeping busy with some parties and keeping up with work. Time for the photos!

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Vibrance Art Show

This past Thursday, April 14th, I participated in the Vibrance art show held at CoolVines in Westfield, NJ. Here are the three pieces that will be hanging for the month. If you're in the area, check out CoolVines to see all the incredible work that was a part of this show. There were so many great pieces included in this show and I simply cannot wait for the next show over there.

"Time Won" Acrylic paint, ink on post-it note, on bristol. 9 by 12 inches. March 2011.

"Time Too" Acrylic paint, ink on post-it note, on bristol. 9 by 12 inches. March 2011.

"Time Won Again" Acrylic paint, ink on post-it note, on bristol. 9 by 12 inches. March 2011.